Princess bride’s joy
Tradition rules for Eugenie’s wedding day
PRINCESS Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank last night in a traditional ceremony in Windsor Castle before hundreds of celebrities and senior royals led by the Queen. The 28-year-old Princess walked down the aisle of the 15thcentury St George’s Chapel on the arm of her father Prince Andrew. Her classic gown was created by designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, who founded British-based label Peter Pilotto.
Eugenie also chose to wear the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, lent to her by her grandmother, the Queen.
The Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince William and his wife Catherine and Prince Harry and his wife Meghan — who married at the same chapel five months ago — were among the 800 wedding guests inside the chapel which was beautifully decorated in stunning autumn colours of pink, purple, e, orange and deep reds. .
Two of William and nd Catherine’s children, Prince George, 5, and Prince Charlotte, 3, were ere in the bridal party.
As a gorgeous pink k sunrise dawned over the 1000-year0- yearold castle, hundreds of people took up positions ons along the Windsor High igh Street ready to welcome the happy couple as they took a celebratory carriage ride through the streets of the royal borough.
But icy winds and heavy rain overnight kept crowds down, and there ere was none of the hysteria and d huge crowds that accompanied nie ed the nuptials of Prince Harry y and d American actress Meghan. han.
Celebrities including g pop star Robbie Williams and nd Australian actress and singer Holly Valance were among those who turned out to see the ninth-in-line to the throne say “I will” to her r boyfriend of eight years, s, a former nightclub manager ger turned wine merchant and tequila salesman.
Prince Andrew adjusts his daughter’s train as he and Princess Eugenie prepare to enter St George’s Chapel. Proud mother: Sarah Ferguson. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank exchange vows. Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Princess Beatrice